We always get the warm fuzzies when we see people building their own sites out with the SquareHook Tool. So we had to share! Dallas owns a Carbon Cleaning Distributor Center here in Utah. He used our Flattern Theme.
There is nothing we love more than building a new site with killer pictures! And when food is involved, that is always a good time! Gonzoâ€™s Candies was a total treat (pun intended) to make!Bart Gonzales needed a site to sell his yummy sweets and savories. All of his organic treats photographed beautifully, and Bart’s needs were so simple. He just wanted to be able to sell his products online.
Arnold Machinery liked their site, but they didnâ€™t have the accessibility to edit their own site. That is totally frustrating, when you have to make a site change-whether that is a typo change, or adding some new web pages. We helped them do a site conversion, where the site looked pretty dang similar, but now they can edit their site whenever!AM had a really cool feature on their Locations page, where the map is interactive.
As a Utah based company, we were pumped to work on a project for the upcoming Sundance Film Festival. SundanceTV needed a custom WiFi portal to hook visitors up with free wireless access at the SFF. Â We made a custom portal that integrates with the Unifi Wireless hot spot system that our partner IT company set up for them.
Our team here at SquareHook has worked with some of the team over at iCow, and we were so stoked to work on this custom website for Industrial Visualizations. First of all, their banners are videos–videos of some killer work they do. Â We love that videos are now becoming banners! You donâ€™t even want to leave the home page, because the banners are so amazing!For a company that specializes in live action filming, motion graphics, scriptwriting, voiceovers, music, and live action/animation integration, they knew exactly what they wanted to convey.
SBS Lending not only works with us for their small business clients, but they came to us with a need for a new website. They had a couple looks in mind, and one of them had a parallax-type styling. What is parallax, you ask?Â Parallax site design is when the background of the website moves at a different speed as the rest of the page for a visual effect that allows for countless creative applications for online storytelling.